Gun running trawler WW2

Woodie

Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom

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Nearly 2,500 views wef 29 Nov 2015 and over 10 features.
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This 1930s Hull fishing trawler was blown up in a harbour in Norway, during WW2, to prevent the guns etc it was carrying for the resistance, falling into German hands.
Painted for the son of the coxswain, who didn’t return from the war.
Featured in “Art up Close” group, 13 June 2010
Featured in “Self Taught Artists on RB” 17th July 2010
Featured in A Love of Boats 16 January 2012
Featured in the Cee’s Fun Vintage Transportation group, 17th January 2012
Featured in Vintage Transport 1st September 2012
Featured in The Best of RB, 5th Sept 2012
Featured in “X” Factor Group, 20 January 2013
Featured in Best of RB, 23 January 2013
Featured in Painted Nature etc, 1 February 2013
Featured in Painters’ Academics 16 February 2013
Tied in Top10 Love of Boats Fishing Trawler, challenge, with 8 votes. 3 March 2013
Featured in 1,000+ Views, 5 Feb 2015
SOLD a greetings card 1 Aug 2014

Acrylic on canvas board 18 × 24″ approx. 1991

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